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Bye Bye KCR says Rahul Gandhi:- During a rally before the upcoming state elections, Rahul Gandhi, a leader of the Congress party, playfully interrupted his party's Telangana chief and exclaimed "bye-bye, KCR" into the microphone. This witty comment brought about laughter and enthusiastic waves from the crowd, as shown in a widely circulated video from the Sunday rally. KCR, the familiar title for Telangana Chief Minister and Bharat Rashtra Samithi leader Chandrashekar Rao, has been in power since the state's establishment in 2014 and is now seeking a third term. The state will hold Assembly elections on Thursday.
Mr. Reddy was captured on X, formerly Twitter, bidding farewell and expressing gratitude to the audience during a rally in Kamareddy. Just as he was about to leave the stage, Mr. Gandhi approached the microphone, cheerfully waved and said "goodbye, KCR" before walking away. Kamareddy is expected to witness a three-way battle between the Telangana Congress leader, KCR, and the BJP's K Venkataramana Reddy.
During a series of rallies in the state on Sunday, Rahul Gandhi took the opportunity to criticize both the BRS and the BJP, confidently declaring that the Congress party will dominate in the upcoming elections.
"Today, Telangana is witnessing a clash between a feudal government, known as 'dorala sarkar', and a government that represents the people, known as 'prajala sarkar'. Your chief minister is questioning the accomplishments of the Congress party. However, the real question should be about what KCR has achieved," Mr. Gandhi stated.
He further asserted, "Every citizen of Telangana is well aware that the Congress party is destined to emerge victorious in the elections. With an overwhelming majority, we are going to sweep the elections."
(Video Source: Mana ToliVelugu Tv)